Daniel Warren Johnson


Daniel Warren Johnson Draws on AEW Dynamite for #Inktober Sketches

Daniel Warren Johnson Draws AEW Dynamite’s Private Party for #Inktober Sketch

Daniel Warren Johnson’s latest Inktober sketch takes its inspiration from Wednesday’s edition of AEW Dynamite on TNT. The opening bout on the hot new pro wrestling show saw Private Party take on The Young Bucks in the first round of the Tag Team Championship tournament, and one of the most awe-inspiring moments of the match […]


Daniel Warren Johnson Homages Judas Priest for Murder Falcon #1 Heavy Metal Variant

Good news, SatanBronies. Image Comics has announced a series of Heavy Metal variant covers for the upcoming Skybound series Murder Falcon by Daniel Warren Johnson. Though Image promises a “variety of brutally talented artists” will contribute variants for future issues, it’s Johnson himself who drew the cover for issue #1 homaging the cover to Judas […]

Cover to Extremity #7 by Daniel Warren Johnson and Mike Spicer

Extremity #7 Review: A Tale Of War And Redemption

Thea and Rollo escape from the Paznina, but are stranded in unknown and dangerous territory. They are wounded and running scared, and they are going to have to get home on foot. The Paznina are hot on their trail, with their leader sending out her daughter to hunt down the escaping Roto. Scarred and incited […]

Dark Horse To Collect Daniel Warren Johnson’s Webcomic Space-Mullet! In 2016

Space goblins! Telekinetic aliens! Futuristic roller derbies! Space truckers! Dark Horse is proud to announce their upcoming release of Daniel Warren Johnson’s (Ghost Fleet, Alabaster) beloved web comic to print in the graphic novel collection Space-Mullet!: One Gamble at a Time! The story follows Ex–Space Marine Jonah and his copilot Alphius as they rove the […]


‘My Dog. My Truck. In That Order.’ – Preview Ghost Fleet #6 From Dark Horse

Ghost Fleet by Donny Cates and Daniel Warren Johnson returns for Issue #6 on April 1st as a digital exclusive from Dark Horse, following series like The Resurrectionists and Sundowners into digital single issue format before a print trade. The series is a bold, and certainly high-octane dark fantasy and Johnson’s artwork makes a highly […]